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Nebbiolo is Northern Italy’s answer to Burgundy. Still largely grown in its native home around Piedmont, the name may come from the Italian word for noble - a very apt description - or it may come from the fog (‘nebbia’) that cloaks these foothills of the Alps. Nebbiolo ripens slowly in this cool climate and so develops impressive depth and complexity. With naturally high acid and tannins it responsible for the famous cellaring wines Barolo and Barbaresco but also delicious varietal labels that drink younger but still have the the umami feel and signature notes of tar and flowers. Dry and usually full bodied, we recommend drinking Nebbiolo sitting down…preferably in front of some richly carniverous dish.

Nebbiolo

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  1. 2013 Produttori Barbaresco

    2013 Produttori Barbaresco

    John’s Picks
    90 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    This treasure of the wine world is super-quality stuff, reflecting the very best Barbaresco practices and a broad source of the village's top Nebbiolo fruit. Wonderfully fine, mineral acid and ...
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  2. 2013 Azelia Barolo

    2013 Azelia Barolo

    90 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    This entry-level Barolo is silky and bright. That's the Azelia style – fresh, vibrant and age-worthy but with tannins that are moderate and fine (nothing scary!). The result here is perfect ...
    Elsewhere up to $66.99 Save $7 $59.99 a bottle
  3. 2013 Massolino Barolo

    2013 Massolino Barolo

    John’s Picks
    92 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    Totally outstanding and cheaper than last vintage, this Massolino is broad and powerful with beautiful depth and a fine structure. But most impressive is the sheer harmony and charisma - a ...
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  4. 2004 Azelia Barolo

    2004 Azelia Barolo

    90 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    "Think of Azelia's Barolo as equivalent to a village-level Burgundy from a top grower" (See Antonio Galloni's review of this wine). Amazing value here! Along with the savoury benefits of age, ...
    Elsewhere up to $94.99 Save $10 $84.99 a bottle
  5. 2013 Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Coporossa

    2013 Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Coporossa

    94 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    A serious step up for Bruno Rocca, this special cuvee balances the defined elegance of Treiso (one of Barbaresco's most elevated sites) against the bold intensity of their wonderful plantings in ...
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  6. 2012 Elvio Cogno Barolo Ravera

    2012 Elvio Cogno Barolo Ravera

    94 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    A rich, compelling Barolo with focused dark fruit and savoury character. We love this for the density of flavour and expressive charisma that balances out the firm acid-tannin structure, making ...
    Elsewhere up to $105.00 Save $10 $95.00 a bottle
  7. 2011 Azelia Barolo San Rocco

    2011 Azelia Barolo San Rocco

    95 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    A moderately darker but still poised and expressive Barolo, the single vineyard San Rocco keeps to the Azelia style - fine, fresh, floral - while introducing denser flavours, with deeper fruit ...
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  8. 2012 Azelia Barolo Margheria

    2012 Azelia Barolo Margheria

    93 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    From the great Margheria cru, this Barolo is built to last. Slighter deeper intensity and colour from the clay soils, with developing undercurrents of the earthy and 'umami' stuff that rounds ...
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  9. 2012 Azelia Barolo Bricco Fiasco

    2012 Azelia Barolo Bricco Fiasco

    92 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    A gorgeously bright and poised single vineyard Barolo from the Scavino family's Azelia label. The step-up to Bricco Fiasco has the Azelia feminine and floral nose but is slightly weightier and ...
    Elsewhere up to $110.00 Save $10 $100.00 a bottle
  10. 2012 Massolino Barolo Parafada

    2012 Massolino Barolo Parafada

    93 Points James Suckling
    A seriously intense Barolo from the famous soils of Serralunga d'Alba, the Massolino Parafada is impressive. Dense in flavour and deep in structure, there is huge sophistication and focused ...
    Elsewhere up to $120.00 Save $15 $105.00 a bottle

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